The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to lineup visits with top prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft, bringing in both Eric Fisher and Luke Joeckel on Wednesday, according to Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union. The pair are considered the best offensive tackles in this year's draft and both expected to go in the Top 5, but I have a hard time seeing the Jaguars drafting one of them.
Fisher became a hot name to the layman fan when he lit it up at the 2013 Senior Bowl, looking like the best offensive lineman there and consistently stoning the top pass rushers in the All-Star game. Fisher is more of a power player thank Joeckel and is fantastic at anchoring against power ends.
Joeckel has been the top prospect at left tackle in the draft for quite sometime and is expected to be the first overall pick by many. He's more of a technician than someone like Fisher and will need to grow into being a power anchor and improve his core strength, but he should be able to be plugged in right away and be successful.
As mentioned previously, I can't really see the Jaguars drafting an offensive lineman at the second overall pick.